FMHS Senior Prank

By: Aaron Luna Email
By: Aaron Luna Email

Students at Fruita Monument High School arrived at school Thursday morning to find a car wrapped around the flag pole.

The car was cut in half and then welded around the bottom of the flag pole as a senior prank. The pranksters said the whole process took about an hour. School officials say, overall it's pretty creative. But ask students to use their best judgment when attempting a prank.

Fruita Monument High School Principal, Jody Mimmack says, "We don't want anything malicious, we don't want anything that singles out a person or our school in a negative way. We don't want anything that does permanent damage."

Officials say the students responsible for the prank could face punishment, including not being allowed to walk during their graduation ceremony.


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  • by Omicron on Jul 31, 2009 at 10:30 PM
    Fruita.... isn't that the place where Mike the headless chicken lived years ago? Seems there's no shortage of strange things there. Good story.
  • by tony Location: fruita on May 2, 2009 at 04:54 PM
    well this is funny i go to fruita,, the guys got no punishment since it didnot do any damage to the school or property.. they just have to help clean up the mess.. but this was not the only part their was a huge water fight.. they put speakers on the school and no one wanted to go to class it was really funn!!!!
  • by hall monitor Location: ny on May 2, 2009 at 11:45 AM
    These guys made http://detentionslip.org ! Check it out for all the wild headlines from our schools.
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